TUESDAY OCTOBER 24, 1989 – SATURDAY NOVEMBER 18, 1989
Spiral, Serpent and Sunflower was a retrospective exhibition of projects by Israeli architect Zvi Hecker. Works in the exhibition included “Spiral,” an apartment house in Ramat-Gan, Israel; “Serpent,” The Museum of Art in Palm Springs, California, and “Sunflower,” Ramat-Hasharon City Center, Israel. Frequently incorporating spirals, polyhedric forms and logarythmic ordering, these works were experiments in the generation of organically- formed architectural entities.
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